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Contents
Student Housing
Public Safety
Health Clinic
Disability Services
Learning and Testing Center
Career Services
Student Exchange
International Student Services
Financial Aid
Activities and Organizations
Index



Student Services

Student Services is dedicated to helping students accomplish academic and personal goals and eliminating the barriers which may hinder academic progress.

Our departments are designed to compliment academic programs and enhance the total educational experience.


Housing
Single students under 21, and with under 60 hours of college work completed, are required as space permits, to live on campus in University-owned housing units and to purchase a meal ticket. Exemptions include students living with immediate family, divorced students, and veterans. This policy affects full-time (twelve hours or more, fall and spring; five hours or more, summer term) students only. Part-time students may reside in University housing with approval of the Residence Life Director.

Rooms and apartments located on campus are reserved by students in advance of term of residence. A $25 application fee, payable to Arkansas Tech University, is required of applicants for campus housing.

Residence hall rooms are equipped with beds, mattresses, chairs, mirrors, and desks. Students furnish linens, bedcover and spreads, pillow, and study lamps. Custodians maintain the corridors and utility rooms, but students are responsible for the care, orderliness, and cleanliness of their rooms.

Each residence hall is supervised by a director assisted by student staff members and has its own programming body, which cooperates with the Student Government Association and the Business Manager's Office in maintaining desirable living conditions. The Housing Office is located in Room 229 of the Student Services Building.

CAMPUS RESIDENCE UNITS
The University utilizes seven residence halls. Forty-eight campus apartments are available for upper-division students. The residence halls are air-conditioned and are constructed to accommodate two students per room. All rooms in the residence halls and apartments are equipped with cable television and local telephone service.

Residence Halls

    Brown Hall - A three-story community for 150 male students. A lounge equipped with a television and recreation area, the Resident Director's apartment and a vending machine room are located on the first floor. Brown Hall is also equipped with laundry facilities and common bathrooms.

    Paine Hall - A three-story community for 216 male and female students. Paine Hall is designed to house two students per room who share a private bath. Each room is equipped with two data ports for computer use. There are laundry facilities on each floor as well as study facilities on the second and third floors and a well-equipped kitchen on each of the first floor wings. The two, three story wings are connected by a common area which houses the Resident Director and a hall office, a recreation area, vending area and television area.

    Massie Hall - A two-story community for 98 male students. Laundry facilities and common bathrooms are shared by the residents. The first floor offers vending, a television lounge and the Resident Director's apartment.

    Turner Hall - A three-story community for 200 male and female students. Laundry facilities and common bathrooms are shared by the residents on each floor. The first floor offers vending, a television lounge and the Resident Director's apartment.

    Caraway Hall - A four-story community for 98 women. Caraway Hall is listed on the National Historic Register. The first floor has a large formal lounge, the hall office and the Resident Director's apartment. The fourth floor offers an informal lounge with a kitchen and television. Laundry facilities and common bathrooms are shared by the residents.

    Jones Hall - A three-story community for 208 women in suites of two rooms and a bath for four women each. The lobby, Resident Director's apartment, vending machines and other service areas are located on the first floor. Lounges and laundry rooms are on all floors of Jones Hall.

    Roush Hall - A two-story community designed to house 108 students in suites of four consisting of two bedrooms with a connecting bath. A lounge, Resident Director's apartment, vending and a patio are located on the first floor. Lounges and laundry rooms are available on each floor.

    University Commons Apartments - Four units with four-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments are offered to our upper-division students. Each apartment has a living room, kitchen, washer and dryer along with private bedrooms with Internet access. The residents share the common kitchen, washer and dryer, living room space and two full baths in the four-bedroom apartments. The two-bedroom units are comprised of two private bedrooms, a kitchen, washer and dryer, living room and two full baths. University Commons Apartments also have a centrally located clubhouse with a large television area, fitness equipment, restrooms, the apartment staff office, and a full service kitchen.


Public Safety

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
To report a crime or emergency call the Department of Public Safety at 968-0222 or 911. The Department of Public Safety maintains direct radio contact with the Russellville Police Department and the Russellville Fire Department, and Tech is also served by the Pope County Ambulance Service. To reach the Department of Public Safety from off campus, dial (501) 968-0222. It is the responsibility of the Department of Public Safety to investigate and follow up on all reports of criminal activity on campus. In some cases Public Safety Officers are assisted in their investigations by the Russellville Police Department.


Student Health Clinic

The University provides a health center for use by all students. A registered nurse is on duty during the hours 7:30 - 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, during official school sessions. First aid, within the limits of personnel and supplies which can be maintained in the center, is provided to students at no charge.

Students referred to or requesting services from the center are required to complete a medical history report on forms provided by Arkansas Tech. Medical expenses for services outside the center are the responsibility of the student. Arkansas Tech reserves the right to change the policy and operation procedures of its health program at the termination of any semester or term.

Student Accident and Health Insurance
Arkansas Tech cooperates with a number of other higher educational institutions in Arkansas to make available a student group insurance policy. Students not adequately covered by an individual or family group insurance policy may purchase this policy at the beginning of any semester. Application forms are mailed to all admitted students each July/August and are available at the Student Health Clinic and Student Services Office.


Disability Services for Students

Arkansas Tech University is committed to providing equal opportunities for higher education to academically qualified individuals who are disabled. Students with disabilities attending Tech will be integrated as completely as possible into the university community. Tech does not offer a specialized curriculum for students with disabilities nor does it assume the role of a rehabilitation center, but does assume responsibility for modifying campus facilities and procedures to accommodate individual needs where feasible.

Through the established advising procedures, students with disabilities are assisted with academic program planning by the University's Disabilities Coordinator. These services include selection of appropriate courses, registration, consideration of classroom and building accessibility, and planning for adequate travel time between classes, arranging for interpreters, note-taking assistance, alternative testing, and similar types of accommodations. Per individual needs, students who may require academic support are encouraged to utilize tutoring and study skills assistance available to all students through the Learning Assistance and Testing Center and within certain discipline areas.

Tech is subject to and endorses both the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The Disabilities Coordinator serves as the coordinator for these federal programs. The Disabilities Coordinator is located in the Office of Community Education, Dean Hall, Room 110, Arkansas Tech University, Russellville, AR 72801, and can be contacted by calling (501) 968-0318, for TDD call (501) 964-0536, or by email: sallen@mail.atu.edu.


Learning Assistance and Testing Center

The Learning Assistance and Testing Center (LATC) provides services which assist in the recruitment, retention, and graduation of students. The services offered to students include personal counseling, academic assistance, and testing services.

Counseling services include managing adjustments to college, personal conflict, goal setting, time and stress management, and personal relationship issues. Individuals requiring counseling of a more serious nature are referred to local counseling agencies.

Academic assistance services include academic counseling, arranging for tutorial services, and instruction in study skills development, taking notes, time management, and preparing for exams.

Testing services include providing registration information and materials and administering examinations such as the American College Test Assessment, Graduate Record Exam, Law School Admission Test, Miller's Analogy Test, Medical College Admissions Test, National Teacher's Examinations, and others. Test preparation assistance is available for many of these exams via the LATC.

Credit by examination is also a testing service. It allows an individual to earn college credit by attaining the qualifying score established by Arkansas Tech University. Examinations included in this program are Advanced Placement, College Level Examination Program, National League for Nursing and Arkansas Tech examinations.

The Learning Assistance and Testing Center facilities include a computer lab and a study lab/testing lab. The Center is staffed with a director, two counselors, and a secretary. Arkansas Tech University students may use these services for free (excluding tests). The Learning Assistance and Testing Center is located in room 103 of Bryan Hall and may be reached via phone (501) 968-0302, fax (501) 968-0375 or e-mail carolyn.crawford@mail.atu.edu.


Norman Career Services Center

The Norman Career Services Center provides on-line registration for students, alumni, and employers, as well as established web links to ethical employment boards. Registrants may access and provide information for each other through www.crimson-solutions.com/er3, including cover letters, resumes, company materials, campus recruiting schedules, information sessions, etc. The center hosts and maintains a computerized career interest inventory, called "Discover," located in residential housing, the Learning Assistance and Testing Center, the Graduate School, and its 211 Suite in the Doc Bryan Student Services Center. Services provided to all classifications of students and alumni include an extensive career library, company videos, career counseling, and resume critiquing. It also provides career workshops to classes, student groups and community organizations to ensure that Arkansas Tech University graduates are well informed, prepared for the job search, and availed of every opportunity to choose from professional alternatives. Career and part-time employment opportunites through business, industry, government, the health field and education are posted through the crimson-solutions website, as well as the electronic kiosk contained in the entryway of the Doc Bryan Student Services Center.

The Arkansas Tech University Norman Career Services Center hosts recruiters from non-discriminatory employing agencies who conduct a variety of interviews each semester. Current contacts are maintained with local, national, and international employers seeking career professionals from every major. Career fairs are hosted each fall and spring for all students.

Additional information concerning Career Services may be obtained by calling (501) 968-0278, or writing to ATU, Norman Career Services Center, 211 Doc Bryan Student Services Center, Russellville, AR, 72801.


Student Exchange Opportunities

Arkansas Tech University-De La Salle University Student Exchange-- Students who wish to learn more about Philippine business, society, and culture may do so through the exchange program with De La Salle University (DLSU) in Manila, Philippines. DLSU offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in a wide variety of areas including business, computer science, and humanities. Knowledge of Tagalog is not required since all classes are conducted in English. Students may apply for a semester (including summer) or more of study. Costs include Tech tuition and fees as well as transportation and living expenses (DLSU has dormitories). More information can be obtained from the International Student Services Office (501) 964-0832.

Arkansas Tech University-Komazawa University Student Exchange-- Students who wish to improve their Japanese language skills and learn more about Japanese society may do so by studying for a semester or a year at Komazawa University in Tokyo. Students must have completed two years of university work in the case of undergraduates and one year of graduate work in the case of graduates prior to enrollment in this program. Applicants must have good academic standing and a minimum of two years of Japanese language instruction. Students will be admitted in the first semester beginning in April or in the fall term which begins in September. Costs include Tech tuition fees (students are exempted from Komazawa fees) as well as transportation and living expenses. More information may be obtained from the International Student Services Office, Student Services Building, Office 163 (phone 501-964-0832) or the Office of the Dean of Liberal and Fine Arts, Witherspoon Building 240 (phone 501-968-0274).

Arkansas Tech University-University of Kansas Financial Aid Consortium Agreement-- Tech has a financial aid agreement with the University of Kansas which allows Tech students to use their financial aid to participate in several of KU's study abroad programs. KU offers a variety of programs for a semester or academic year in Costa Rica, France, Germany, Spain, Denmark, Greece, and Russia. Summer institutes and programs are available in France, Germany, Italy, Brazil, Mexico, Spain, Russia, Japan, Great Britain, and Paraguay.

Arkansas Tech University-University of Quebec Student Exchange-- Tech offers students majoring or minoring in French the opportunity to improve their knowledge of the French language and to immerse themselves in the culture of French Canada through an exchange program with the University of Quebec. According to the exchange, Tech students may spend one semester or one full year at one of the campuses of the University of Quebec. While in Quebec, they will live either with a French-speaking family or in the university residence. Costs include Tech tuition fees (students are exempted from the Quebec fees) as well as transportation and living expenses. More information about the program may be obtained from the Foreign Languages and International Studies Department.


International Student Services

The International Student Services Office provides support services designed to enrich the cultural exchange between U.S. and international students. This office actively recruits international students in order to provide the Tech campus with a diverse population from around the world.

The office offers a wide range of services for international students, including orientation, immigration updates, cross-cultural programming, and other support services necessary to ease the transition of international students into the U.S. culture.

Several established organizations receive support from the International Student Services Office. International Friends provides an opportunity for international students to share a relationship with U.S. host families through occasional meals and activities. The Association for Cultural Interaction promotes cross-cultural social and educational exchanges between international and U.S. college students. The office also currently helps coordinate events sponsored by the SGA Cultural Exchange Committee, which allows international students the opportunity to "experience" Arkansas.

The International Student Services Office also supports community activities which promote increased awareness of various cultures, such as Russellville's Global Fest. A speaker's bureau is available for community organizations and schools.

Additional information may be obtained by telephoning (501) 964-0832, faxing (501) 968-0683, or writing to Director of International Student Services, Student Services Building, Office 163, Arkansas Tech University, Russellville, Arkansas 72801, U.S.A.


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Academic Scholarships
Private Scholarships
Federal Student Aid
Other Sources of Assistance


Student Financial Aid

The primary purpose of student financial aid at Tech is to provide assistance to students who, without aid, would be unable to attend college. Financial assistance consists of scholarships, grants, loans, and part-time employment, which may be offered to students singularly or in various combinations, depending upon the degree of need. In determining the extent of a student's need, the University must consider the financial support which may be expected from the income, assets, and other resources of the parents and the student. Aid awards by the University are considered supplementary to the efforts of the student's family in assisting their children with college expenses. All awards are administered by the Student Aid Office in accordance with the University's equal educational opportunity policy. Application forms for all types of aid may be obtained from the Student Aid Office in the Student Services Building, Room 117.

Scholarship Stacking Policy
Act 1180 of 1999 prohibits postsecondary institutions from using public funds in a student aid package which exceeds the cost of attendance at that institution. Arkansas Tech follows the Arkansas Department of Higher Education regulations by reducing scholarship amounts which cause awards to exceed cost of attendance. Scholarships awarded by Tech will be reduced before other scholarships. If a student has both academic and performance scholarships from Tech, the academic scholarship will be reduced first. If a Departmental Performance Scholarship has to be reduced, the supervisor will be informed of the reduction in hours of service. In the absence of direction from a private donor, all private funds will be split equally between fall and spring semesters.

Cost of Attendance - Other adjustments to the cost of attendance allowed by federal regulations include study-abroad programs approved for academic credit, purchase of equipment required by all students in the same course of study, and reasonable expenses incurred related to a student's disability. For more information on the scholarship stacking policy, contact the Financial Aid Office: (501) 968-0399.

Computer Purchase Policy - Since the most recent federal regulations allow the cost of a computer to be added to the cost of attendance one time during the college career of a student, the cost of a computer and related accessories purchased no earlier than six months prior to enrollment will be added to the student's cost of attendance budget upon receipt of documentation of a computer purchase. This will be a one time adjustment. No further adjustments will be made for upgrades or additional software at any time during the student's career.


Academic Scholarships

Academic scholarships will be awarded as applications are received; therefore, students should make application at an early date since only a limited number of these scholarships are available. Students may receive only one Tech funded academic scholarship in any semester. The amount of total funds received by each student will be contingent on the Arkansas Department of Higher Education Scholarship Stacking Policy, Arkansas Act 1180 of 1999.

Students who graduate from an Arkansas non-public non-accredited school or from a home school program must have a minimum composite ACT score of 24 and a 3.25 high school grade point average to be considered for academic scholarship.

Students who graduate from LeFlore or Sequoyah County in Oklahoma or Bowie County in Texas are considered in-state for fee purposes and are eligible to receive academic scholarships.

Board of Trustees Scholarship This scholarship pays tuition, room, board, and $500 stipend per semester for eight semesters for a student who qualifies as a National Merit Finalist, National Merit Semi-Finalist, Arkansas Governor's Distinguished Scholar, or Arkansas Governor's Scholar. The student must enroll in 15 hours during the fall semester of the freshman year and complete a minimum of 12 hours with a 3.00 GPA to be eligible for the scholarship the following spring semester. The student must enroll in a minimum of 15 hours for the spring semester and complete a total of 30 hours for the freshman year with a 3.00 GPA to be eligible for the scholarship for the sophomore year. Renewal of the scholarship during the sophomore, junior, and senior years requires a 3.25 GPA each semester on a minimum of 15 hours per semester. Failure to meet the renewal requirements in any semester will result in the forfeiture of the scholarship for all subsequent semesters. This scholarship must be used the fall semester following high school graduation. The student must live in a residence hall to be eligible for room and board waiver. Failure to live in the residence hall will result in forfeiture of the room and board waiver for all subsequent semesters.

Presidential Scholarship This scholarship covers tuition, room, board, and $125 stipend per semester for eight semesters for a student who scores 30-36 ACT and has a 3.25 cumulative high school GPA. The student must enroll in a minimum of 15 hours during the fall semester of the freshman year and complete a minimum of 12 hours with a 3.00 GPA to be eligible for this scholarship the following spring semester. The student must enroll in a minimum of 15 hours for the spring semester and complete a total of 30 hours for the freshman year with a 3.00 GPA to be eligible for the scholarship for the sophomore year. Renewal of the scholarship during the sophomore, junior, and senior years requires a 3.25 GPA each semester on a minimum of 15 hours per semester. Failure to meet the renewal requirements in any semester will result in the forfeiture of the scholarship for all subsequent semesters. This scholarship must be used the fall semester following high school graduation. The student must live in a residence hall to be eligible for room and board waiver. Failure to live in the residence hall will result in forfeiture of the room and board waiver for all subsequent semesters.

University Honors Scholarship This scholarship covers tuition, room, board, and $500 stipend per semester for eight semesters. The recipient must participate in University Honors curriculum requirements and maintain a minimum 3.25 grade point average based upon at least 12 hours each semester. Room and board waiver is contingent upon the recipient residing in a residence hall. Failure to live in the residence hall will result in forfeiture of the room and board waiver for all subsequent semesters. This scholarship is restricted to members of the University Honors program. For additional information on the University Honors scholarship, contact Dr. Jan Jenkins, Director of Honors, at 968-0456.

University Scholarship This scholarship covers tuition, room, and board per semester for eight semesters to a student who scores a 26-29 ACT and 3.25 cumulative high school GPA. The student must enroll in a minimum of 15 hours during the fall semester of the freshman year and complete a minimum of 12 hours with a 3.00 GPA to be eligible for this scholarship the following spring semester. The student must enroll in a minimum of 15 hours for the spring semester and complete a total of 30 hours for the freshman year with a 3.00 GPA to be eligible for the scholarship for the sophomore year. Renewal for the scholarship during the sophomore, junior, and senior years requires a 3.25 GPA each semester on a minimum of 15 hours per semester. Failure to meet the renewal requirements in any semester will result in the forfeiture of the scholarship for all subsequent semesters. This scholarship must be used the fall semester following high school graduation. The student must live in a residence hall to be eligible for room waiver. Failure to live in the residence hall will result in forfeiture of the room and board waiver for all subsequent semesters.

Dean's Scholarship This scholarship awards tuition per semester for eight semesters for a student scoring 24-25 on the ACT and 3.25 cumulative high school GPA. The student must enroll in a minimum of 15 hours during the fall semester of the freshman year and complete a minimum of 12 hours with a 3.00 GPA to be eligible for this scholarship the following spring semester. The student must enroll in a minimum of 15 hours for the spring semester and complete a total of 30 hours for the freshman year with a 3.00 GPA to be eligible for the scholarship for the sophomore year. Renewal of the scholarship during the sophomore, junior, and senior years requires a 3.25 GPA each semester on a minimum of 15 hours per semester. Failure to meet the renewal requirement in any semester will result in the forfeiture of the scholarship for all subsequent semesters. This scholarship must be used the fall semester following high school graduation.

Academic Scholarship This scholarship awards $500 per semester for four semesters for a student scoring 21-23 on the ACT and 3.25 cumulative high school GPA. The student must enroll in a minimum of 15 hours during the fall semester of the freshman year and complete a minimum of 12 hours with a 3.00 GPA to be eligible for this scholarship the following spring semester. The student must enroll in a minimum of 15 hours for the spring semester and complete a total of 30 hours for the freshman year with a 3.00 GPA to be eligible for the scholarship for the sophomore year. Renewal of the scholarship during the sophomore year requires a 3.25 GPA on a minimum of 15 hours at the end of the fall semester. Failure to meet the renewal requirements in any semester will result in the forfeiture of the scholarship for all subsequent semesters. The scholarship must be used the fall semester following high school graduation.

Valedictorian/Salutatorian Scholarship This scholarship pays tuition per semester for eight semesters for a student who is the number-one or number-two ranking student in his or her high school graduating class. The student must enroll in a minimum of 15 hours during the fall semester of the freshman year and complete a minimum of 12 hours with a 3.00 GPA to be eligible for this scholarship the following spring semester. The student must enroll in a minimum of 15 hours for the spring semester and complete a total of 30 hours for the freshman year with a 3.00 GPA to be eligible for the scholarship for the sophomore year. Renewal of the scholarship during the sophomore, junior and senior years requires a 3.25 GPA each semester on a minimum of 15 hours per semester. Failure to meet the renewal requirements in any semester will result in the forfeiture of the scholarship for all subsequent semesters. This scholarship must be used the fall semester following high school graduation.

Out-of-State Scholarship A limited number of scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis to out-of-state students. Special consideration will be given to children of Tech alumni. To be eligible, a student must score between 24-36 on the ACT and have a minimum of a 3.25 cumulative high school GPA or rank number-one or number-two in his/her high school graduating class. This scholarship award varies based on the level of the student's ACT score. The student must enroll in a minimum of 15 hours during the fall semester of the freshman year and complete a minimum of 12 hours with a 3.00 GPA to be eligible for this scholarship the following spring semester. The student must enroll in a minimum of 15 hours for the spring semester and complete a total of 30 hours for the freshman year with a 3.00 GPA to be eligible for the scholarship for the sophomore year. Renewal of the scholarship during the sophomore, junior, and senior years requires a 3.25 GPA each semester on a minimum of 15 hours per semester. Failure to meet the renewal requirement in any semester will result in the forfeiture of the scholarship for all subsequent semesters. This scholarship must be used the fall semester following high school graduation.

Transfer Scholarship This competitive scholarship awards up to $1000 tuition per semester for four semesters to a student who has completed at least 30 for-credit hours from an Arkansas two-year public or private community or technical college with a 3.25 transfer GPA. A student must enroll in and complete 15 or more hours with a 3.25 GPA each semester to be eligible for renewal. For a student who is enrolled at the University Center, the student must enroll in and complete 15 or more Arkansas Tech University hours with a 3.25 GPA each semester to be eligible for renewal. The scholarship will not cover costs incurred by courses taken from other institutions, nor will the scholarship exceed the amount of charges incurred from the Arkansas Tech courses taken through the University Center.

Phi Theta Kappa Two tuition scholarships each fall semester will be given to members of Phi Theta Kappa. These transfer students must also have completed a minimum of 30 transferable hours with a minimum 3.5 grade point average to be eligible. A student must enroll in and complete 15 or more hours with a 3.25 GPA each semester to be eligible for renewal. For a student who is enrolled at the University Center, the student must enroll in and complete 15 or more Arkansas Tech University hours with a 3.25 GPA each semester to be eligible for renewal. The scholarship will not cover costs incurred by courses taken from other institutions. These scholarships cover in-state tuition only.

Departmental Performance Scholarships

A limited number of scholarships are awarded yearly to students who show special aptitude which would be of service to the school. These students work eleven hours a week in their specific department for which they receive tuition credit on their account. These scholarships are renewable for seven semesters if the student is not on academic or disciplinary probation, lives in campus housing, and receives the recommendation of the department head.

Music Performance Scholarships

The University will award, on an audition basis, a limited number of music performance scholarships for participation in major instrumental or choral organizations. The amount of the scholarship will be determined based on criteria established by the Music Department. The award will not be relinquished so long as satisfactory participation in the major music organization(s) continues and other conditions given below are met.

The awards are renewable for the seven regular semesters immediately following enrollment, based on the recommendation of the Music Department head and the student's maintaining a cumulative grade point average of 2.25 or higher. No student is eligible for the award in a semester in which he or she is on academic or disciplinary probation. Once lost, the scholarship may be regained by raising the grade point average to the required level or by removal from academic or disciplinary probation and upon recommendation of the head of the Music Department.

Senior Service Fellowships

Fellowships in the various schools of the University are open to a limited number of outstanding advanced students. These service fellowships are awarded at the discretion of school committees when the caliber of the applicant justifies such assistance. Candidates for the fellowship must have earned 90 semester hours of credit, have a minimum grade point average of 3.00 on all work, and be enrolled in a minimum of 12 hours for the semester(s) for which the fellowship is granted. Any deviation or exception to this policy must be approved by the Office of Academic Affairs. Students who would like to be considered for a Senior Service Fellowship must make written application by April 1 to the appropriate dean.

Native American Out-of-State Waiver

Arkansas Tech University offers in-state tuition rates to Native American students in other states belonging to tribes which formerly lived in Arkansas, before relocation, and whose names are on the rolls of tribal headquaters. Tribes thus identified include the Caddo, Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek (Muskogee), Delaware, Kickapoo, Osage, Quapaw, Shawnee, and Tunica. Students who qualify for in-state tuition for fee purposes may apply for freshman academic scholarship. For more information contact the Office of Admissions at (800) 582- 6953.


Privately Supported Grant-in-Aid Scholarships

Unless otherwise stipulated, all of these scholarships are awarded by, or under specific guidelines established by, the Student Aid Committee. Applications may be obtained by writing the Student Aid Office unless otherwise indicated. Students must submit family financial information for all scholarships that consider financial need.

Accounting Club Scholarships Several fee and book scholarships are awarded each year to accounting majors. The scholarships are provided by contributions made by accounting alumni to the Accounting Club. Senior accounting majors and faculty choose the recipients based on need, scholarship, and potential in the accounting profession.

Susan Adams Memorial Scholarship The family and friends of Susan Adams have established a scholarship in her memory. The amount of the scholarship will be credited toward tuition for the recipient. Although any worthy student is eligible to receive the scholarship, preference in selection will be given to out-of-state students who are children of Tech graduates.

Allied Poultry Industries Scholarship Scholarships are awarded to students in the Department of Agriculture. These scholarships are awarded to promote entrance into this vast food-producing industry. Trained, high-quality college graduates are needed for jobs as administrators, production managers, and sales-service representatives. The selection is made by the Department of Agriculture of Arkansas Tech.

Arkansas Health Information Management Association Scholarship An annual scholarship fund has been established by the Arkansas Health Information Management Association. The scholarship is awarded each spring to a deserving health information management major. The recipient is determined by the Executive Board of the Arkansas Health Information Management Association.

Arkansas Livestock Show Scholarship The University will award annually a one-half tuition scholarship to an outstanding FFA member, participating in the Arkansas State Livestock Show held each fall in Little Rock, to enroll in the Department of Agriculture. Winners of this scholarship are not eligible to succeed themselves, and the scholarship must be used the year immediately following high school graduation.

ATA Endowment Program A $300 scholarship for African-American juniors or seniors in accredited teacher education programs in Arkansas colleges and universities. Details may be secured from the Student Aid Office or from Room 207, AEA Building, 1500 West Fourth Street, Little Rock, Arkansas 72201.

Athletic Scholarships The maximum number and maximum value of such scholarships will be determined by the constitution and by-laws of the NCAA Gulf South Conference.

Sybil W. Bates Engineering Scholarship Awarded to an incoming freshman majoring in Engineering, this scholarship is decided by a committee from the Arkansas Tech University Engineering Department. To be eligible for this scholarship, a student must have an ACT composite score of 26 and a 3.5 in core classes from high school. This scholarship is for the freshman year only and is not renewable for subsequent years. Applications should be directed to the head of the Engineering Department.

Janet Beck Memorial Scholarship This memorial scholarship has been established by the parents and friends of Janet Beck in honor of her many accomplishments. Preference will be given first to graduates of Nemo Vista High School and then to graduates of Perry or Conway Counties. Two letters of recommendation from high school teachers and/or counselors should accompany the scholarship application. The scholarship amount will be determined each year as funds are available and can be applied for through the Development Office.

Bridenthal Choir Scholarship This scholarship is named for Dorothy Bridenthal Bean and her twin sister, Deloris Bridenthal Prestridge, who both attended Arkansas Tech from 1940 until their graduation in 1942. While this award is designed for students whose studies concentrate on choir in their music education, a student who is majoring in choir or choral music is preferred. Each applicant must audition for the scholarship. The recipient must be in good academic standing and shall be chosen by a committee composed of three members of the Arkansas Tech University Music Department. This scholarship will be awarded each semester that funds are sufficient.

Bridenthal Piano Scholarship This scholarship is named for Dorothy Bridenthal Bean and her twin sister, Deloris Bridenthal Prestridge, who both attended Arkansas Tech from 1940 until their graduation in 1942. While this award is designed for students whose studies concentrate on piano in their music education, a student who is majoring in piano is preferred. Each applicant must audition for the scholarship. The recipient must be in good academic standing and shall be chosen by a committee composed of three members of the Arkansas Tech University Music Department. This scholarship will be awarded each semester that funds are sufficient.

Brooks Family Scholarship The Brooks Family Scholarship, established by Dr. Robert Autry Brooks, is to be awarded each year that funds are sufficient. Preference will be given to a student focusing his or her studies in the Arts and Sciences including, but not limited to English, Literature, and History. The student should be an Arkansas resident possessing academic and/or leadership potential and in good academic standing with a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or above. Application should be made to the School of Liberal and Fine Arts.

Elmo Browning Scholarship To be considered for this full scholarship, a student must graduate from either Augusta High School (Augusta, Arkansas) or McCrory High School (McCrory, Arkansas) and attend Arkansas Tech University. The original recipient will retain the scholarship throughout their academic career at Arkansas Tech University provided that they complete a minimum of twelve credit hours per semester or twenty-four semester hours for the fall and spring semesters combined. Additionally, students must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.0. If a student's cumulative grade point is below 2.0 for the fall semester, they will be allowed to receive the scholarship for one additional semester to allow them to bring up their cumulative grade point average up to 2.0.

Fay Bullock Social Science and Philosophy Scholarship A scholarship awarded each semester to a student who is majoring, or one who intends to major, in the Department of Social Sciences and Philosophy. Academic achievement, need, and relevant extracurricular activities will be considered in making the award. The recipient will be selected by the department's faculty.

Troy and Marjorie Burris Art Materials Scholarships Art supply scholar- ships, three $300 scholarships each semester, established by Mr. and Mrs. Troy Burris, to be awarded to majors in art. Art faculty will nominate students, based on the following criteria: art achievement and skill level, art grades, attitude, and commitment. Art faculty will determine the awards each semester.

Business and Economics Faculty Book Scholarships Several book scholarships are awarded each year to full-time senior students pursuing any of the business and economics majors. The scholarships, presented in recognition of outstanding academic achievement, are funded by contributions from the Business and Economics Department faculty, which also selects the recipients.

Markey Butterworth Scholarship An endowed scholarship in memory of Markey Butterworth is given annually to an out-of-state student majoring in Fisheries and Wildlife Biology. The scholarship will be awarded by the Student Aid Committee.

Reuben Dee Caudle Scholarship A partial-tuition scholarship will be provided for a student majoring in one of the physical science fields. The recipient must demonstrate a financial need and must meet and maintain satisfactory scholastic requirements. Preference will be given to Arkansas residents and those who have prior military service. This scholarship is to be re-awarded to the initial freshman recipient each of his/her subsequent three years while at Tech provided he/she continues to major in Physical Sciences and maintains good academic standing.

Judge J. E. Chambers Scholarship Proceeds from an endowment by the family of the late Judge John E. Chambers provides scholarships for outstanding applicants from Danville, Fourche Valley, Western Yell County or Dardanelle high schools. Applications with at least two supporting letters of recommendation must be received by the Student Aid Office by April 1 each year. Academic promise and service to school and community will be heavily considered in determining the recipient.

C.L. Chiang and C.C. Yang Chemistry Scholarship An endowed scholarship established by Mr. C.L. Chiang of Singapore in honor of Dr. C.C. Yang, former Professor of Chemistry. The scholarship is awarded to an incoming freshman majoring in chemistry. The requirements for this award are a high school GPA of 3.0 or greater, a composite ACT score of 24 or greater. Applications should be made to the head of the Physical Sciences department. This scholarship is renewable by request if the awardee makes satisfactory progress toward an ACS-accredited degree in chemistry.

Dana Coffman Journalism Scholarship This partial-tuition scholarship has been established in memory of Dana Coffman, a former journalism student at Tech. This award will be decided by Journalism Department faculty with preference given to a female student majoring in the field of Journalism. Academic achievement and financial need will be reviewed before making the award. Application should be made through the Journalism Department.

Rip Collins Memorial Scholarship Established by the Friends of the Little Red River to honor Mr. Rip Collins, the scholarship shall be used to make awards to full-time student(s) attending Arkansas Tech University. A recipient will be chosen annually and receive partial tuition for both the fall and spring semester of that academic year. Selection process will begin in the spring after recommendations are made by fisheries professors at Arkansas Tech. Awards will be granted by a committee made up of members of the Friends of the Little Red River after reviewing applications and letters from the applicants expressing their thoughts, beliefs, and future plans concerning fisheries management. Preference will be given to a sophomore or junior fisheries student in good standing who is interested in either cold water fisheries biology or management or stream/riverine fisheries biology or management. Recipient will attend Friends of the Little Red River fall banquet for recognition. Application should be made through the Biology Department.

G. M. and Ruby Cook Business Scholarship An endowed scholarship will be awarded annually to a business major. Applications should be made to the head of the Business Department.

Dale Corley Memorial Scholarship Friends and former students have established an endowed scholarship fund to commemorate the many years of service the late Mr. Corley rendered as professor and chairman of the Department of Accounting. Interest from the fund is awarded once annually to a senior accounting major. Selection of the recipient is made by the Department of Accounting each spring.

Alfred & Marge Crabaugh Scholarship Program Established through the benevolence of Alfred J. & Marge W. Crabaugh, both of whom were prominent figures in the history of Arkansas Tech University and the Russellville community. This renewable scholarship will be awarded to outstanding full-time student(s) who have an ACT score of 21 or above, demonstrate leadership skills, and excel in Speech, Journalism or Communication. To be considered for this award, in addition to the above stated criteria, entering freshmen must submit two letters of recommendation from teachers, a scholarship application and high school transcripts. The scholarship can be renewed with the original recipient provided he/she continues to meet the criteria, maintains a cumulative 3.00 GPA, and has written renewal recommendations from two Arkansas Tech University faculty members in their field of study. Renewal recommendations must be made to the Arkansas Tech Development Office. Scholarship recipients will receive an award for tuition, fees and books and will be known as "Crabaugh Scholars." Financial need will be considered when making these awards. Application should be made to the Arkansas Tech Development Office; recipients will be selected by the Crabaugh Scholarship Committee.

Dames Club Scholarship The Dames Club, which is composed of women faculty and administrative staff members and the wives of faculty and administrative staff members, annually awards a scholarship to a deserving woman who has completed a minimum of three semesters of studies at Arkansas Tech. The scholarship pays the tuition and activity fees for the semester following the selection. To be eligible, a recipient must have a cumulative grade point average of not less than 3.0, must demonstrate need for financial assistance, and must have a record of cooperation with faculty, staff, and other students. Notices explaining application procedures will be posted on campus or information can be secured from the chairman of the Dames Club Scholarship Committee. Applications must be submitted by February 1, or first Monday following.

Bill Donnell, Jr., Memorial Art Scholarship The family and friends of Bill Donnell, a 1993 Tech graduate in graphic design, have established a tuition scholarship as a tribute to his memory. Each year the funds from the Bill Donnell, Jr., Memorial Golf Tournament hosted by Chamberlyne Country Club will be contributed to the scholarship account. This tuition scholarship will be awarded each fall term to an entering freshman or current student who is majoring in art. The recipient will be chosen by the Student Aid Committee and approved by the Donnell family. Preference will be given to students who demonstrate financial need, who are residents of Yell County, and/or who plan to study emphasis in graphic design.

Deward and Anne Dopson Scholarship A tuition scholarship awarded from funds contributed by Coach Dopson's former players, managers, and friends. The scholarship goes to a student in the last semester or year of his or her undergraduate degree and is selected by the Vice President for Student Services. Past service to Tech will be a strong factor for selection.

Gerald Edgar Scholarship A performance scholarship paying a semester's tuition is awarded each spring in honor of Gerald Edgar who was News Bureau Director, advisor of student publications, and journalism professor for twenty-nine years at Arkansas Tech Univerisity. It is to be awarded to a student who shows ability in and dedication to publications work. Financial need will be considered. The student will be required to work ten hours per week on student publications.

Lawrence M. Evans Memorial Political Science Scholarship A memorial scholarship established by Dr. Larry Evans, his family, and his friends for a sophomore, junior, or senior majoring in History and Political Science. Preference will be given to those emphasizing Political Science. Academic achievement and need will be considered in making the award. The recipient will be selected by the faculty of the department of Social Sciences and Philosophy.

Gene Farmer Memorial Award A grant is awarded to an Arkansas high school editor who plans to specialize in either journalism or political science at Arkansas Tech University. This award, to honor and encourage a student of outstanding ability, will be made to the high school editor whose academic and journalistic accomplishments indicate the greatest potential for distinguished service in either field. The award, from the income of the Gene Farmer Memorial Endowment, is in memory of one of Arkansas Tech University's most distinguished graduates, who from a beginning as editor of Tech's student newspaper, achieved national and international prominence as a journalist. Mr. Farmer authored several books and worked for many years as a senior editor for Life Magazine.

Laura Ferguson Computer Science Scholarship This endowed scholarship was established by Laura Ferguson, Arkansas Tech University class of 1934, who worked in the computer industry for the majority of her career. This scholarship covers full tuition for one year for an upper level student enrolled in the Computer Science program with preference given to residents of Pope County. Application should be made to the Head of the Computer Sciences Department.

First United Methodist Church Scholarship An endowed scholarship has been established by the First United Methodist Church in Russellville to assist Methodist students who are nursing, medical assistant, health information management, or medical technology majors at Arkansas Tech. Students majoring in nursing will receive first consideration for the award which will be made by the Arkansas Tech Student Aid Committee. Students should be recommended by their home church pastor and the scholarship is renewable.

FFA Scholarships The scholarship program for the national FFA organization will be determined jointly by an officer of the University and the FFA organization. Information concerning this program can be secured from the State Department of Education or the Tech Department of Agriculture.

GTE Telephone Operations A tuition scholarship is awarded each year to a Tech student. This scholarship is based both on need and academic ability. The scholarship will be awarded to a student majoring in engineering or a related field and whose home is in the area serviced by Central Area GTE in Arkansas.

William C. (Bill) & Barbara Gund Scholarship Students majoring in English with a junior or senior standing are eligible for this partial-tuition scholarship provided that they maintain a GPA of at least 3.0 and follow all established criteria. Selection will be made by a committee from the English Department with preference given to non-traditional students. Application should be made through the English Department.

Francis Gwaltney Memorial Scholarship An endowed scholarship will be awarded annually to any major in memory of Francis Gwaltney, former author and member of the English and creative writing faculty. Applications should be made to the English Department.

Burl Harris Memorial Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. John G. Harris have established this scholarship in honor of Burl Harris, a long-time practicing Public Accountant and businessman in Russellville. During most of his life, he was actively involved in industrial development efforts for the Russellville area. Mr. Harris served on the Arkansas Tech University Foundation Board of Directors until his death in 1990. He was a dedicated supporter of the University as a whole and of the Department of Accounting in particular. This scholarship will be awarded to a junior- or senior-level accounting major each year that funds are available. Applications should be made to the head of the Arkansas Tech University Accounting Department.

Jasper Vernon Howard Scholarship An endowed scholarship in memory of Jasper Vernon Howard will be awarded annually to a student in the School of Business. The recipient must demonstrate a financial need and must meet and maintain satisfactory scholastic requirements. This scholarship will be awarded by the Student Aid Committee.

Interfraternity Council (IFC) Scholarship The IFC Scholarship is awarded each fall semester to an outstanding Tech fraternity member with the classification of sophomore or junior. The scholarship will be announced in April of each year.

Opal James Memorial Scholarship The family and friends of Opal James have established an endowed scholarship in memory of Mr. James, a park ranger who was killed while on duty in 1977. The scholarship is awarded annually to a student in Recreation and Park Administration or Fisheries and Wildlife Biology. Scholarship and future potential for service will be considered by the Student Aid Committee in making the award.

J.D. Knight Scholarship This scholarship was established by Mrs. J.D. Knight in memory of her late husband, Mr. J.D. Knight, a former member of the Arkansas Tech Board of Trustees. The recipient must be majoring in accounting, business, or economics and must have an interest in banking as a possible career.

Jackie Knight Memorial Scholarship A scholarship awarded annually to an outstanding and deserving senior-to-be who is majoring in accounting. The recipient will be selected by the head of the Accounting Department. Gradepoint and financial need will be considered in making the selection. This scholarship was established by the family and friends of Jackie Knight, former Vice-President for Administration and Finance at Tech.

Little Rock Grain Exchange Scholarship To be considered for this scholarship, students must have declared a major in Agriculture or Agriculture Business. Freshmen students must rank in the upper half of their Arkansas high school graduation class and possess ACT or SAT test scores that exceed the state average. Additionally, applicants must have two or more positive recommendations from their high school principal, counselor or teachers. Sophomore students must have two or more positive recommendations from their university or college teacher and have a 3.0 cumulative grade point average. Financial need will be considered although not determinative. Scholarships are renewable each semester up to eight semesters assuming the student takes a full academic load of 15 hours per semester and maintains a cumulative grade point average of 3.00. Applications should be made to the Head of the Agriculture Department.

W. H. "Bill" Martin Scholarship This tuition and fees scholarship will be granted each year that sufficient funds are available. Preference will be given to a junior or senior student who demonstrates financial need, has an academic track and career interest in the newspaper industry, and has previous experience on a newspaper staff or with the media. Upon selection, the recipient must maintain at least a 3.0 GPA or must appeal for continued support. Scholarship applications and application for continued support must be submitted to the Development Office by July 15. Applicants will not be eligible to receive this scholarship if they are current full-time employees of The Courier.

Bill Martin Family Book Award This award will be granted by a committee each year to the recipient of the W. H. "Bill" Martin Scholarship.

Massie-Mobley Modern Foreign Language Scholarship A full-tuition scholarship for an upperclassman majoring in foreign language. The recipient will be selected by the Department of Foreign Languages and International Studies.

Wilson Matthews Distinguished Scholar Athlete Award This fund was created by the Ross Pendergraft family in recognition for the contributions that Mr. Wilson Matthews has made as a distinguished graduate of Arkansas Tech University. This scholarship will be awarded to junior-standing or above students who participate in team sports. These scholarships are renewable annually based on the student-athlete's academic and athletic standing and with continued recommendation of the nominating coach and selection by the Matthews Scholarship Committee. Criteria for receiving this scholarship are: nomination by a coach and selection by the Matthews Scholarship Committee; junior standing or above; GPA of 3.00; preferably from a rural area; and exemplary credentials in academics, athletics, and leadership skills in school or community. Selected students must submit a resume and three letters of reference representing the areas of academics, athletics and leadership. Consideration will be given for additional financial assistance being received and to those students who meet the criteria with an emphasis on football. Application should be made through the Athletic Department.

Truman McEver Memorial A scholarship for an entering freshman who is majoring in an area of Physical and Life Sciences. The recipient is chosen by members of the Physical and Life Science Department; academic ability and financial need are considered.

Cora McHenry Scholarship for Teaching Excellence Four tuition scholarships available to minority students committed to teaching in the public schools of Arkansas at either the elementary or secondary level. Two of these scholarships will be awarded to elementary education majors and two to secondary education majors on a competitive basis. To apply a student should submit a high school transcript, two letters of recommendation from school officials, a brief handwritten essay on why the applicant is interested in teaching, and a record of activities in school, church and the community to the Director of Teacher Education, School of Education, Arkansas Tech University. This scholarship is renewable as long as the recipient maintains a 2.50 grade point average and remains eligible for the teacher education program. Application deadline is April 15.

Xzin McNeal Scholarship Scholarships are awarded annually to students in the Department of Agriculture. Students are selected by need and merit. Selection is by the Agriculture Department and a person named by Mr. McNeal. Scholarship amounts vary from one half tuition to full tuition. Students must maintain a 2.50 G.P.A.

P. K. Merrill Memorial Scholarship This scholarship is given to a junior or senior majoring in sociology or history.

Mitchell-Keathley Scholarship Established in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Keathley and Mr. Boss Mitchell, this scholarship will benefit graduates of Danville High School. To be eligible for this scholarship, the applicant must attend Danville High School (Danville, AR) for the last four semesters prior to graduation and be accepted for admission to Arkansas Tech University. Additionally, high school grade point average, ACT score, leadership roles in school and community, and financial need will be considered. The principal and counselor at Danville High School will be included in the selection committee.

Dwight M. Moore Scholarship A book scholarship is awarded in the spring semester to a student interested in and having potential in the field of botany. Selection is made in the fall semester by members of the Biological Sciences Department. The scholarship was established by the late Dr. Moore, one-time head of the department, and by his wife Clemmie, a graduate of the department.

Van & Marilyn Moores Scholarship This partial-tuition general scholarship will be awarded annually by the Student Aid Committee. Most awards are made to incoming freshmen.

Bert and Annette Mullens Scholarship This partial-tuition scholarship is awarded to an incoming freshman majoring in business. Awards will be made by the Student Aid Committee each year that funds are available.

John & Joie Nutt Scholarship This scholarship has been established to benefit students who are enrolled in either Agriculture or Agriculture Business at Arkansas Tech University, maintain an appropriate cumulative grade point level, and have a class standing of sophomore of higher. This annual award will cover tuition, fees, and a stipend for textbooks. Recipients will be chosen by a committee made up of faculty members of the Agriculture department.

The Rexann Oller Honorary Scholarship Fund An endowed scholarship awarded each year to deserving upperclassman student(s) or an entering freshman for two semesters full tuition and fees. Recipient(s) must have a GPA of 2.5, majoring in humanities area (English or Music) with good academic standing; and an ACT score less than 24. Recipient(s) will be chosen by the Department Chairs for English and Music.

Rexann Oller International Studies Scholarship The Rexann Oller International Studies Scholarship will be awarded each year to a student who shows academic achievement in international affairs and/or strong background and interest in international relations. This is a full-tuition and fees scholarship and is open to all Arkansas Tech undergraduate and graduate students who have a minimum GPA of 3.0. Preference will be given to students with demonstrated financial need. Recipients of other tuition scholarships are not eligible to apply. Application deadline is November 1. Please contact the Office of International Student Services for full application requirements.

B. G. and Anita Owen Textbook Scholarship A book scholarship awarded to a student with junior standing was initiated by B.G. Owen, Associate Professor of Biology. Following the expressed wishes of their daughter, friends may contribute funds to perpetuate this scholarship, which is awarded by a committee from the biology department according to criteria determined by the late Professor Owen.

Anita Page Memorial Scholarship This scholarship is awarded by the Student Aid Committee. The recipient must work ten hours per week in a department related to the student's major.

Tate Page Family Scholarship The family of the late Dr. Tate Page has endowed a scholarship in his memory which will be awarded annually by the Student Aid Committee.

Tate C. "Piney" Page Memorial Scholarship An endowed graduate athletic scholarship in memory of Dr. Page has been established through contributions by the Russellville Kiwanis Club. The recipient will be chosen by the Arkansas Tech Athletic Director.

Ross Pendergraft Scholarship Four renewable scholarships are to be awarded to full-time undergraduate students who have demonstrated financial need and are majoring in computer science, accounting, or business/economics/finance-one scholarship from computer science, one from business and two from accounting. These scholarships will each cover the cost of tuition and fees. Each scholarship will be renewed with the original recipient provided he or she has a GPA average of not less than 2.5 for the fall semester and a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 at the end of each spring semester. Application should be made to the above mentioned departments.

William C. and Myonia Pinson Instrumental Music Scholarship A tuition scholarship will be provided each year for an instrumental music major to be selected by a music faculty committee.

Pope County Association for Handicapped Scholarships One or more scholarships of varying amounts awarded annually to students with disabilities who are residents of Pope County and who are enrolled or admitted as post secondary students. Application forms may be obtained from high school counselors or from the Pope County Association for Handicapped, P.O. Box 2512, Russellville, Arkansas 72801.

Pope County Farm Bureau Scholarship Two $1000 scholarships are awarded each year to Pope County residents who are members of the Pope County Farm Bureau and working toward a degree in agriculture. These scholarships are renewable as long as the recipient maintains a 2.50 GPA. Selection is made by the Agriculture Department and the Pope County Farm Bureau.

Pope-Yell County Single Parent Scholarship Scholarships are awarded each semester to single parents who are residents of Pope or Yell counties. Recipients must have applied for federal financial aid and be eligible for a federal Pell Grant. Application deadline is July 15 for the fall semester and December 1 for the spring semester. Applications are available from Pope-Yell County Single Parent Scholarship Board, River Valley Shelter for Battered Women and Children, Inc., P.O. Box 2066, Russellville, AR 72811.

Jim Price Memorial Scholarship Friends and members of the Church of Christ have established an endowed scholarship fund in memory of Jim Price to assist students who are members of the Church of Christ. The scholarship is awarded on a semester basis and can be renewed for one additional semester. To be eligible a recipient must have completed 24 or more hours at Arkansas Tech with a "C" average or better. The scholarship is awarded by the Jim Price Memorial Scholarship Fund Board of Directors which can be reached via the Church of Christ Student Center in Russellville. Students should be recommended by their home congregation.

Quail Unlimited/Jim Ed McGee Scholarship A scholarship awarded each year by the Russellville Chapter of Quail Unlimited in memory of Dr. Jim Ed McGee, an outstanding educator and sportsman. The scholarship is awarded annually to a junior or senior student in Fisheries and Wildlife Biology based on scholarship and professional potential. Minimum qualifications include a 3.0 grade point average, 60 earned hours of credit, and home residence in Pope County or an immediately adjacent county. Application deadline is December 1; selections will be made in January based on the recommendations of the faculty in Fisheries and Wildlife Biology.

Lillian Massie Reed Modern Foreign Language Scholarship A scholarship awarded annually to a student majoring in foreign language. The recipient will be selected by the Department of Foreign Languages and International Studies.

Lambert Resimont Memorial Scholarship An endowed athletic scholarship to be awarded annually. Applicants should contact the Arkansas Tech Athletic Director.

Ron and Donna Reynolds Scholarship A scholarship awarded each fall semester to a freshman art major carrying twelve or more hours. The student receiving the scholarship will be expected to work in the Art Department six hours a week. Selection is made by presentation of a portfolio and interview. Selection is made before the fall semester, based on the recommendation of the Art Department head. Application deadline is June 1.

Reeves Ritchie Scholarship Arkansas Power and Light Company will award an annual scholarship in the amount of $1,500 to a senior majoring in fisheries and wildlife biology or recreation and parks administration. Selection will be made by the Student Aid Committee and preference will be given to a student who plans to reside in Arkansas after graduation. Mr. Ritchie, now retired, was a long-time president of AP&L.

Russellville Junior Auxiliary Marge Crabaugh Scholarship A tuition scholarship awarded annually to an upperclassman from the Russellville area.

Russellville Kiwanis Joe Ray Scholarship This endowed scholarship was established in memory of long-time State Senator Joe Ray of Havana. Applicants may be prospective or returning students. Prospects must have demonstrated their academic potential by scoring a minimum of 21 on the ACT examination or maintaining a minimum cumulative college grade point average of 2.5, demonstrated a financial need, and submitted a completed application form and supporting documentation by February 15.

Russellville Noon Lions Club Scholarship A scholarship will be awarded to a local student who exhibits academic ability, leadership, and financial need. The recipient will be selected by the Student Aid Committee each spring.

Russellville Rotary Club Scholarship A scholarship is awarded each year to a Pope County student by the Russellville Rotary Club. Applications may be made each summer to the Rotary Club through any of its members.

Mary McDonald Shinn Scholarship An annual partial-tuition scholarship awarded to a vocal music major chosen by a committee made up of the Arkansas Tech Music Department faculty. Application should be made through the Music Department.

Mary Teresa Shinn Scholarship A scholarship given in memory of Mary Teresa Shinn. This scholarship is awarded by the Student Aid Committee.

Carol Stewart Stark Memorial Scholarship Fund Scholarships from this account will be awarded by a committee of Music Department faculty each year that funds are sufficient. Preference will be given to an undergraduate music major who demonstrates financial need with first priority will to be given to a married or single parent student. If no one meets this qualification in any given year then any undergraduate music student demonstrating need will be considered.

Hazel Thrasher Memorial Scholarship Fund Scholarship awarded to nursing majors based on need and the potential to meet the requirements of a professional nurse as determined by the Department of Nursing.

John E. Tucker Memorial Scholarship An endowed athletic scholarship. Applications should be made to the Athletic Director.

Mary D. Turner Music Scholarship An endowed scholarship will be awarded annually to a music major in honor of Mary D. Turner. Applications should be made to the head of the music department.

Virgil Alvin Turner Book Scholarship A book scholarship established by Mr. and Mrs. Raymond B. Stroud which is awarded for the fall semester of the sophomore year to a major in chemistry. Recipients should be dedicated to obtaining a degree in chemistry and demonstrate this through scholarship attainments. Selection will be made by the full-time chemistry faculty.

The Mary Elizabeth Ragland Urton Memorial Scholarship Award An endowed award given each year to a deserving female student who has maintained a minimum GPA of 2.5; practices her leadership skills; and exemplifies ethical and moral values. Scholarships and awards will be granted by a committee each year that funds are sufficient.

R. Lewis Urton Senior Rehabilitation Scholarship An annual scholarship provided by the Arkansas Rehabilitation Association covering fees for two semesters. The scholarship is awarded to a senior major in rehabilitation science. Applications for the scholarship must be received by April 10 of each year. Students interested in applying should contact the Director of the Rehabilitation Science program. Each applicant will be interviewed by a committee made up of members of the Arkansas Rehabilitation Association.

Alfred and Martha Brownlee Vance Scholarship An annual scholarship for an incoming freshman. Preference will be given to a Pope County resident.

Vance Family Scholarship A scholarship awarded annually by the Student Aid Committee.

Melvern Watson Scholarship Awards will be made by a committee comprised of faculty members from the Agriculture Department each year that funds are available. This scholarship will be awarded to a student majoring in Agriculture or Agriculture Business with preference given to current or transfer students, especially those who have achieved Junior status. Financial need will be a consideration and students who receive the scholarship may re-apply for the scholarship for subsequent years. Applications should be turned in to the Head of the Agriculture Department.

Eugene and Hazel Weir Educational Trust This scholarship was established to provide scholarships to qualified Arkansas Tech University students from Pope County, Arkansas. Mrs. Weir graduated from Atkins High School, attended Arkansas Tech and then went on to teach in Pope County schools for 48 years, including many years in Russellville. The scholarship amount will be determined each year as funds are available and can be applied for through the Development Office.

Dr. Charles and Joyce Wilkins Nursing Scholarship To award excellence, this full-tuition senior honors scholarship is awarded to a full- or part-time nursing student who has the highest grade point average prior to entering the fall semester of the Tech nursing program senior year. The recipient will be chosen by Tech Nursing Department faculty. Application should be made to the Nursing Department.

Penny L. Wheeler Memorial Scholarship A scholarship is awarded annually by the Student Aid Committee to the most deserving nursing student based upon high school record, need, and test scores.

Robert Hays and Martha Williams Scholarship The Robert Hays and Martha Williams tuition scholarship is awarded to an incoming freshman annually. The recipient must be a high school graduate from either Pope, Crawford or Yell counties. The student must have maintained a "B" average through high school, participated in school activities, possess the quality of good citizenship and have financial need.

Teresa Williams Memorial Endowment Scholarship Fund Endowed scholarships to Arkansas Tech will be awarded to qualified graduates of Benton, Arkansas, High School.

Gene Witherspoon Memorial Scholarship A scholarship awarded annually to an instrumental music major by the Arkansas Tech Band Alumni in memory of Gene Witherspoon, director of bands at Tech from 1950 to 1970.

Hallie Belle Witherspoon Memorial Scholarship A scholarship is awarded annually to an instrumental music major by the Arkansas Tech Band Alumni in memory of Hallie Belle Witherspoon.

Yell County Medical Society Scholarship A $500 scholarship awarded each spring semester by the Yell County Medical Society to a Tech student from Yell County majoring in nursing. Applications should be sent to the Head of the Arkansas Tech University Nursing Department by December 1 each year. Selection will be based on need and academic achievement as determined by the Nursing Department.

Yell County Scholarship This partial-tuition scholarship was established by an anonymous donor and is to be awarded to deserving students from Yell County.

Yell County Wildlife Scholarship Set up by members of the Yell County Wildlife Federation, this partial-tuition scholarship will be awarded annually to a wildlife and fisheries major that intends to devote a career to wildlife and fisheries conservation. Recommendations will be made by the Fisheries and Wildlife department and recipients will be chosen by a committee made up of members of the Yell County Wildlife Association. Application should be made to the Biology Department.

Academic Standards for Students Receiving Financial Aid Through Federally Funded Programs
This policy applies to funds received through the Federal Pell Grant, the Federal Work Study, the Federal Perkins Loan, the Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, the Federal Subsidized Stafford Loan, the Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan, the Federal Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students and the Arkansas Student Assistance Grant Programs.

The standards will be applied automatically and without favor or prejudice, with progress being checked at the end of each fall and spring semester.

Any appeal of this policy must be made in writing to the Financial Aid Academic Policy Appeal Committee and turned into the Financial Aid Office within thirty-days of the notification of non-compliance.

No special consideration of the effects of dropping classes will be allowed unless the Student Financial Aid Director is contacted for approval prior to dropping the course(s).

Students must meet all conditions of the policy. Noncompliance with any section will result in loss of aid.

Institutional Academic Suspension
Any student whose name appears on the institutional suspension list will not be eligible to receive aid for their next period of enrollment even if they do re-enroll with the approval of the Admissions Council.

It is the students responsibility to notify the Financial Aid Office when they are no longer on the suspension list.

Satisfactory Academic Progress
First Undergraduate Degree. A student is considered making satisfactory academic progress as a full-time student if the total credits earned ( with a grade of "D" or better) are:

    # of
    Semesters
    Minimum Hours
    "Earned"
    19
    221
    333
    448
    560
    672
    784
    896
    9108
    10120

NOTE: ALL part-time students must always earn the number of hours in which they are enrolled.

Transfer Students will be assigned an "equivalent semesters attended" based on the number of hours accepted by the Registrar's Office rounded down to the nearest quarter semester. Example: A student with fifty-four transfer hours would have an "equivalent semesters attended" of 4.5 (54 divided by 12 = 4.5). One initial disbursement of financial aid funds will be granted without an academic transcript on file with the Registrar, but no future financial aid disbursements will be made until the transcript is received and evaluated. It is the student's responsibility to make sure the transcripts are on file with the Registrar.

Students may use summer hours earned at Tech to fulfill the academic progress requirement. Hours earned at another institution will not meet the requirement.

A student must have received a degree by the end of ten (10) full-time semesters for a degree normally requiring four years or six or (6) full-time semesters for degrees normally requiring two years. Less than full-time semesters will be counted proportionally (see chart below). All semesters attended will be counted whether a student received financial aid during the semester or not, but allowances will be made for semesters involving required remedial course work.

Attempted Hours
Part-time enrollment Chart:1 - 5 hrs=.25 semester
6 - 8 hrs=.50 semester
9 - 11 hrs=.75 semester
12+ hrs=1 semester

Students who have been granted academic clemency will still have their semesters attended counted on the basis of actual attendance.

A student receiving aid may completely withdraw ONE SEMESTER ONLY and return the next semester to receive all entitled financial aid. Upon withdrawing any additional semesters while on financial aid, the student will not receive aid for their next period of enrollment even if the number of semesters attended and hours earned would allow for the receipt of financial aid funds. The next period of enrollment hours must be equivalent to the number of hours enrolled during the second withdrawal semester. (Example: If a student withdraws a second time while enrolled in 12 hours, the student would have to pay for 12 hours before becoming eligible to receive financial aid).

Required Grade Point Average
All students must have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.00 at the end of their fourth regular (fall and spring) semester or "equivalent semester" and maintain that minimum for all remaining semesters to continue on aid. No appeal will be granted for anyone in violation of the 2.00 GPA rule.

A student who falls below the 2.00 GPA will be reinstated upon bringing the grade point average back up to 2.00. However, financial aid will not be paid retroactively for any semester lost because of this requirement.

Subsequent Undergraduate Degree OR Teacher Certification

  1. Full-time students must earn an average of twelve hours per semester.
  2. Students must maintain a 2.00 GPA each semester.
  3. Degree or certification must be completed by the end of four regular (fall and spring) semesters.


Federal Student Aid

Students use the Free Application for Federal Student Aid and list Tech as one of the schools to receive information. Additionally, a student must complete a Tech application for student financial aid.

Deadline
To receive equal consideration, a student must have a complete application on file by April 15. All remaining funds will be awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis until depleted. Note: All requested information must be returned to the Financial Aid Office by July 15 to ensure aid availability at the beginning of the fall semester.

Federal Pell Grant
The Federal Pell Grant provides direct grants from the government to the undergraduate student for educational expenses. Since this is a grant program, the student does not have to repay the amounts received, unless the semester for which a grant is received is not completed.

Under current guidelines, only students who have never received a bachelor's degree are eligible for the Pell Grant. The university does not determine whether a student is financially eligible. The amount of the grant given to an individual student is based on a schedule provided to the university by the government. No eligible student will be denied a grant.

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant Program
The purpose of the Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant Program is to provide the means for a college education to qualified students of exceptional need. Each grant is awarded according to federal guidelines.

Student Employment
The University uses student employees when practicable, but students are not encouraged to work to an extent which would hinder their scholastic program.

Employment assignments are made under both the Federal College Work-Study Program and the institutional Non-Work-Study Program. To be eligible for student employment, the student must successfully pass minimum load requirements, satisfy grade point requirements, maintain satisfactory employer-employee relations, and have conduct and personal appearance that reflect credit to the student and the University.


Student Loans

Federal Perkins Loans (formerly National Direct Student Loan) Under the program students may borrow up to $20,000 for undergraduate students and $40,000 for graduate students. Annual loan limits are $3,000 for freshmen and sophomores, $4,000 for junior and senior students, and $6,000 for graduates.

The repayment period and the interest do not begin until six months after the student completes studies. The loan bears interest at the rate of five percent per year and repayment of principal may be extended over a ten-year period. The University approves and makes the loans and is responsible for collections. Repayment is deferred for as long as a borrower is enrolled at an institution of higher education and is carrying at least a half-time academic load. Under certain conditions, a part or all of the loan may be canceled if the student enters the teaching profession.

Federal Family Education Loans

Federal regulations require a delayed disbursement of thirty days for all first- year, first-time undergraduate student borrowers in any Federal Family Education loan program. Additionally, all student borrowers must be enrolled in a minimum of six hours.

Federal Stafford Student Loans The Federal Stafford Student Loan program authorizes loans up to $2,625 per year for first-year undergraduates, $3,500 for second-year undergraduates, and $5,500 per year for undergraduates who have completed two years of undergraduate work. Graduate students may borrow up to $8,500 for a school year. The maximum an undergraduate student may borrow is $23,000 which is included in the $65,500 maximum for graduate students. Under this program a student must financially qualify for the loan which is borrowed from a bank or other financial institution. The loan has a variable interest rate with a 8.25 percent cap.

Repayment of principal and interest ordinarily begins six months after the student leaves school or ceases to be at least a half-time student. The amount of the monthly payments will be based on the total amount borrowed.

Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loans for Middle-Income Borrowers The Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan has the same loan limits, deferments, and interest rate as the Stafford Loan. However, the student does not have to be financially eligible for the loan and must either pay the interest while in school or have it capitalized for repayment with the loan principal. The total borrowed in regular Stafford and Unsubsidized Stafford Loans may not exceed the student's yearly maximum as shown above.

Federal PLUS Loans Parents of students who do not qualify for the Federal Stafford Loan may borrow annually the amount of the student's cost of education minus other aid for each child who is enrolled at least half-time and is a dependent undergraduate student. PLUS is limited to parents who do not have an adverse credit history, and late payments on outstanding obligations are not to be considered as having adverse credit history. The interest rate is variable with a cap of nine percent, with the borrower beginning payment within sixty days of loan disbursement. All loan checks will be written as co-payable to the parent and the educational institution.

Additional Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan Independent students may borrow up to $4,000 per year for the first two years of undergraduate study and $5,000 per year thereafter with an undergraduate maximum of $23,000. Graduate students may borrow up to $10,000 per year with a combined undergraduate and graduate total of $73,000. Borrowers do not have to show need but do have to apply for financial aid and may have to undergo a credit analysis. The interest rate is variable with a cap of 8.25 percent. Interest must be paid beginning sixty days after disbursement of the loan unless the lender agrees to defer it.

Mr. Tommy Memorial Student Loan Fund Arkansas Tech has a special loan fund known as the "Mr. Tommy Memorial Student Loan Fund." This fund was established by Arkansas Tech alumni as a memorial to the late E.S. Tomlinson, for many years head of the biology department. Supplementing lesser contributions by hundreds of former students is the Margaret McFadden Lykes, Jr., contribution. Loans from this fund are limited in amount and intended primarily for emergency aid to students. One semester of successful residence is required of all students applying for these loans. Information relative to this fund may be obtained from the Student Services Office.

Dr. James I. Balch Student Loan Fund An interest-free loan to be repaid in installments of twenty percent, forty percent, and forty percent at nine, eighteen, and thirty-six month intervals. A student must be a junior or senior with a 3.0 cumulative grade point average, must demonstrate financial need, and must file a separate loan application which is available through the Student Aid Office.

Arkansas Elks Educational Loan Fund A loan program for Arkansas students in their junior and senior years. The maximum yearly loan is $1,500. Interest is charged on loans at the rate of eight percent from the date the student graduates or leaves school. Applications may be obtained from Geo Mace, 807 Olive Street, Jonesboro, Arkansas 72401.


Other Sources of Assistance

Arkansas Department of Higher Education Programs

The programs listed below are awarded and administered by the Arkansas Department of Higher Education. Further information and applications may be obtained by writing to: Arkansas Department of Higher Education, 114 East Capitol, Little Rock, AR 72201, or by calling (501) 371-2000, or 1-800-547-8839.

Arkansas Academic Challenge Scholarship Program A college scholarship plan to promote academic achievement and encourage academically prepared Arkansas high school graduates to enroll in the state's colleges and universities. The scholarship provides $2,500 annually and is renewable for up to three more years provided the student meets the continuing eligibility standards established by the Arkansas Department of Higher Education. This scholarship will not displace any other state grants or scholarships unless required by state or federal regulations. Names of recipients may be released to the news media to recognize the accomplishments of the recipients.

Award is made based on the applicant meeting minimum standards with regard to the ACT composite score, grade point average (GPA) in the precollegiate core curriculum defined by the State Board of Higher Education, and financial need.

Arkansas Student Assistance Grant Program A program which provides grants to aid undergraduate students in need of financial assistance. The amount varies depending on available funding.

Emergency Secondary Education Loan Program A loan program administered by the Arkansas Department of Higher Education. An applicant must be an Arkansas resident; U.S. citizen or permanent resident; foreign language, mathematics, special education, guidance/counseling, gifted/talented or science major; enrolled as a full-time student in an approved institution; and plan to teach in an approved shortage area in an Arkansas secondary school for at least five years. Loan recipients who teach full-time in a secondary school in Arkansas following certification in a discipline listed above shall, upon annual certification by an appropriate school official, have one-fifth (1/5) of the total loan and related interest forgiven for each year employed in such capacity to a maximum of five years when the total loan and accumulated interest will be forgiven. Applications should be submitted prior to April 1.

Governor's Scholars Program The Governor's Scholars Program provides $4,000 merit grants each year to one hundred of Arkansas' academically superior high school graduates in order to assist them in their undergraduate studies at approved colleges or universities in Arkansas. The scholarship is renewable for up to four years. Applications should be submitted prior to March 1.

Law Enforcement Officer's Dependents Scholarship Dependents of Arkansas law enforcement officers who have been fatally injured or permanently and totally disabled in the line of duty may be entitled to an eight-semester scholarship. The scholarship may cover expenses for tuition, fees, and room, exclusive of books, food, school supplies, materials, and dues or fees for extracurricular activities, at any state-supported college or university.

MIA/KIA Dependent's Scholarship The MIA/KIA Program may cover expenses for tuition, fees, and room, exclusive of books, food, school supplies, materials, and dues or fees for extracurricular activities, at any state-supported college or university for dependents of Arkansas citizens serving in the Armed Forces of the United States who are prisoners of war, missing in action, or were killed in action.

Minority Teachers Scholarship This program loans up to $5,000 per year for African American students who are enrolled in a teacher education program and are interested in teaching at the elementary or high school level. After graduation, recipients are required to teach full-time in a public school in Arkansas for 5 years to receive full forgiveness of the loan. Applications should be submitted prior to June 1.

Arkansas Technical Careers Student Loan Forgiveness Program
The Arkansas Technical Careers Student Loan Forgiveness Program was created by Act 652 of 1999. The program is designed to assist and encourage people to enter and complete programs qualifying them to fill the demands for employees in various technical occupations. Student loans may be forgiven up to $2,500 per year for a maximum of four years. High demand career fields are determined annually by the State Board of Workforce Education and Career Opportunities. Further information may be obtained from the Department of Workforce Education at (501) 682-1500 or by visiting their website at http://www..work-ed.state.ar.us.

Workforce Investment Act
(formerly the Job Training and Partnership Act)

The Workforce Investment Act is a federal program which provides financial assistance to individuals in need. The program's primary targets are individuals with barriers to employment and dislocated workers. Candidates who meet eligibility requirements will receive tuition and book scholarships for two years to complete an associate degree at Arkansas Tech University. WIA is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. Requests for information about eligibility may be made through the JTPA office,103 N. Rochester, Russellville, AR 72801; telephone 968-4919; TDD/ARS: 1-800-285-1131.

Information concerning the programs of study available to WIA-eligible candidates may be obtained from the Arkansas Tech WIA Office, Doc Bryan Student Services Building Room 239, Russellville, AR 72801; telephone 964-0828.

Vocational Rehabilitation Assistance

Persons who have substantial handicap to employment as a result of a permanent disability may receive, at no cost to themselves, vocational counseling and some financial assistance toward the cost of their college training when the vocational objective of the disabled person is approved by the Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor. These services are available through the Division of Rehabilitation Services, 1401 Brookwood Drive, Little Rock, Arkansas 72203. Application for assistance or request for information about the program may be made to that address or to a local rehabilitation counselor.

Veterans Benefits

Arkansas Tech University is approved by the State Approving Agency for Veterans as a school (college, university, etc.) whereby veterans and dependents of deceased or disabled veterans may obtain subsistence while working toward a degree. Eligible students should contact the Office of the Registrar to obtain information regarding school attendance under the following program: Title 38, Chapter 30, Montgomery GI Bill for Veterans; Title 38, Chapter 32, Veterans Educational Assistance Program (VEAP); Title 38, Chapter 35, Survivors and Dependents Education; and Title 10, Chapter 106, Montgomery GI Bill for Selective Reserves.

All students must be working toward a degree and should follow the curriculum outline for their objectives, since only specific courses may be applied toward VA certification and graduation. Veterans may be given placement credit for prior military training. The Office of the Registrar is available to assist students concerning VA benefits. The Office of the Registrar is located in the Doc Bryan Student Services Center, Office 153.

Enrollment certification will not be sent to the Department of Veteran's Affairs until transcripts are on file and the person applying for veteran's benefits has been admitted to the University.


Activities and Organizations

Arkansas Tech University is exceptionally rich in the number of activities and organizations offered to its students. There are few members of the student body who do not take part in one or more of these activities.

Activities, except the all-university events sponsored by the Student Activities Board, revolve around a large number of active student organizations which link together students with kindred tastes and interests.

The purpose and operation of the student organizations may be found in the current Arkansas Tech University Student Handbook.

Governmental

Interfraternity Council
Panhellenic Council
Residence Hall Association
Student Government Association

Honorary

Honor Society for Nursing
Kappa Kappa Psi
Phi Beta Lambda
Phi Eta Sigma
Pi Mu Alpha Sinfonia
Pi Kappa Delta
Sigma Alpha Iota
Sigma Tau Delta
Tau Beta Sigma

Service

Alpha Phi Omega

National Professional

M.E.N.C. Student Chapter
Student Arkansas Education Association

Religious

Baptist Student Union
Catholic Campus Ministry
Champions in Christ
Chi Alpha (Assemblies of God)
Church of Christ Student Center (CCSC)
Fellowship of Christain Athletes
Latter Day Saints Student Association
Missionary Baptist Student Fellowship
Wesley Foundation (United Methodist)
United Campus Ministry (UCM)

Social

Alpha Phi Alpha
Alpha Gamma Sigma
Delta Zeta
Kappa Alpha Order
Lambda Chi Alpha
Phi Lambda Chi
Phi Mu
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Theta Chi
Zeta Tau Alpha

Special Interest

Accounting Club
Advocates for Students with Disabilities
Agri Club
American Choral Directors Association
Alpha Kappa Lambda
Art Club
Association of Black Students
Association for Cultural Interaction
ATU Fisheries & Wildlife Club
Broadcast Guild
BACCHUS
Behavioral Science Club
BiGALA
Campus Environmental Coalition
Chess Club
College Republicans
Computer Science Club
Engineering Society
French Club
Geologic Society
German Club
Graduate Students Assn.
Health, PE and Wellness Club
History/International Relations/Political Science Club
Hospitality Society
International Emergency Management Student Association
Math Club
Medical Assistants Association
National communications Association Student Club
Nontraditional Student Association
Physics Club
Pi Kappa Delta
Pre-Medical Club
Recreation and Park Administration Club
Spanish Club
Student Activities Board
Student Health Information Management Association
Student Nursing Association
Tech Disk Club
Tech Student Ambassadors
Tech Sweethearts
Theatre Guild
Volunteer Action Council
Young Democrats

University Recognized Groups

Brass Choir
Chamber Choir
Cheerleaders
Concert Band
Concert Chorale
Golden Girls Drill Team
Jazz Band
Marching Band
Orchestra
Student Ambassadors
Student Publications
Arka-Tech (newspaper)
Agricola (yearbook)
Symphonic Band
University Choir

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